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an earlier public comment the first is the structural deficit & those are the supporting services to keep the vehicles clean and maintained to train our operators, to reduce overtime or to adequately budget overtime we need to staff up in order to deliver the service plan we have today we've made a big dent adding $25,000 for the funding that brought our unanimous deficit down from 70 million down to 45. we want to keep dwindling that. and the most significant one and we'll hear about this on miracle 14 to add more service. the t e p will be recommending a 10 percent service increase based on the changes we've been contemplating as a result of the public feedback from the t pe meetings maybe a little bit larger than 10 percent. we'll be contemplating that as we look at expenditure changes and closing the deficit as well as putting more muni service on the streets. our two big things within muni. we have similar issues throughout the rest of the agency the controllers do audit of a number of years ago identified inadequate staffing and the signage and some of the other assets and starting
was there are interpretation commitments made and our general fund is taking a hit given within our deficit. >> thank you, supervisor. >> all right. i just from my prospective mike i want to thank you for being her and thanks supervisor avalos for calling this hearing. we need to look back on this event. i for one you know obviously there are more than anything kind of lessons learned here i came into office and i remember the hype and those rosy projections tlrsz there's lessons learned about setting expectations einstein there were a lot of disappointment. but also the interplay between the organizing committee that was all done on the fly. as we look forward and i'm hoping to get the america's cup back for 35. i'm confident we'll do it better from a city prospective. there are things be having to look at as well maybe some other point in the future but the economic impact to the city is what we received because those races were pumped will throughout the world. so not everyone went but those who did loved being a part of it. i love to promote those types of event in our city it makes san francisco a
it was not effective and steve said eliminate subsidies i know the problem with the deficit equity in the building yes. i paid my 77 special will assessment some were more than that so i suggest putting the money in the mayor's office of housing for a small building like this would be a better idea. >> hello, i'm christopher ward i live directly next to that building. as a matter of disclosure i'm the building manager for a mettle company. my biggest concerns about this building are the security of my building and the security of buildings that share my backyard that's been given which is easily assessed by the twenty-four hours open parking lot. the twenty-four hours open parking lot unfortunately, it's managed twenty-four hours anyone can walk into that space. by putting a building here almost any building that would have the access to the backyard and to my building and to the properties that are against that yard that would be 800 sutter street and the businesses at that location and they have break-ins at 839 jones street and other. this security would be, you know, this building would w be a be
's not focusing. he's putting his head down in the class. he must have attention deficit disorder. i try to educate them and say no, it's the kidney disease. this is what it looks like. this is what it can look like specifically in children. a lot of times anecdotally it may present like adhd. really it's the uremia. i can tell you that i do not have students that don't have any distress. many of them finish school at home. again, there is a lot of loses there too. there is lots of socialization. they are not able to go to school, go to promise and not able to go to college sometimes because they haven't finished their ged. you can imagine them again going into future and how does that translate to adult life and again, getting college degrees, going to technical vocational school or even holding down a regular job, finding a job that will accommodate around a dialysis schedule as well can be very challenging. you can imagine applying for a job says i dielz dialysis monday and wednesday and available tuesday, thursday and saturdays. it's difficult to find employment to be accommodating
.4 million in 2014-2015 and a 1 had the million deficit. we're able to have savings in the next fiscal years this will leave us with $2.3 million to make ongoing investment in our budget. we also have almost $2 million in one time revenue we expect to come from the stadium we propose to vichltd invest that in one time uses. the year over year growth we've seen in our budget starting in 2008 and 89 will allow us to balance our budget for the next two years. so this slide which i know is a little bit busy gives an overview of the departments revenue 2013-2014 the current fiscal year the base budget is the amount the department proposed for last year and the new property budget for 2014-2015 and 2015-2016. we're expecting revenue growth across the board and our parking garages permits and facility rentals as well as a one year there in our stadium are the reduction in revenue you see is preliminary from a small change to green. you'll note the revenue from the stadium falls in 2015-2016 pr this represent a small payment from the san francisco 469 and in 2015-2016 the revenue will be zero, of co
we'll be contemplating that as we look at expenditure changes and closing the deficit as well as putting more muni service on the streets. our two big things within muni. we have similar issues throughout the rest of the agency the controllers do audit of a number of years ago identified inadequate staffing and the signage and some of the other assets and starting making progress there we need more progress we're under budgeting the enforcement overtime. that he there are many other communications that span out that's a big opportunity we've not adequately resources in the past we'd like in this budget to make progress on. we're here a lot today about the revenue side and things were there might be reductions and wanted to make sure that we kept in mind also the expenditure needs or wants that we want to contemplate to advance our strategic goals particularly the two transit goal. that's what's on the table in summary form for the operating budget now a quick walk through the capital budget and a. on the capital budget i'm going to focus on two slides slide 21 the overall numb
and made dramatic progress in eliminating our structural deficits. thanks to the wisdom of our voters to confront unfunded pension and retiree health liability. better times will return but we must not be attempted to stray from the path of discipline as we craft our new budget we must invest in services and staffing we can afford over the long-term. and one of the responsibilities is insuring public safety. in 2014 san francisco is one of the safety 0 cities and thanks cohesive still the assistant district attorney thank you for your teamwork (clapping) two years ago alongside supervisor cowen our police department and the partners in the community we launched the ipo strategic interrupt, precinct and ores and we've seen remarkable results. holdings are down 30 percent among lowest in 35 years. (clapping.) but we can do better. we can do better with new police and a fire academy we'll higher and train for first responder from 9-1-1 operator to firefighters and a police officers you'll see them on hate street to the tenderloin and a central market and thank you to our men and women fo
is not going on the trees yet and we still have a structural deficit that we are working to do the rest of this year into next year. but, the signs sure are looking better. and the fog is lifting and the rain clouds are parting and we don't quite have a silver lining yet but it is getting there and so this is an exciting time for all of us to be in education. and i think that deputy superintendent lee wanted that. >> and thanks, superintendent. and i did want to say that with respect to the information that is on the website, and that we do have some materials on the website, and not in particular, about the state board's actions but we have some background information about the lcff in three languages on the district's website and so that is a place to start if any member of the public is interested in availing themselves of some of that background information. >> i just wanted to request actually though, that we could get this packet to the pac? because they it seems like they are really interested in digging into this and getting information out. so, given that they are often here at
with having a budget surplus especially when you are looking at another deficit next year. thank you. >>supervisor mark farrell: thank you. okay. any other member of the public wish to comment on this item? seeing none, public comment is close. colleagues, can we have a motion to continue this item for a week and then, actually -- >> supervisors if i might, this is so important. it's taken us a year to get here. we are going to have to come back any ways when there is the additional money if you would let us move forward with the contract as it is with the 60 days as it is, we will be back before you, but then it doesn't delay our implementation of the actual program. >>supervisor mark farrell: mr. rose? >> mr. chairman, members of the committee, we agree with that if the committee grease. -- agrees. that is consistent. to my knowledge there is not a difference in numbers as the sheriff pointed out. our footnote clearly states what the sheriff stated in reference to our footnote. so certainly it's up to the committee. but we would agree with the 60 days. what we don't agree with is
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